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3312 days ago

I had the BEST iPhone 4 purchasing experience. I got my phone the second day, (Friday, after the Thursday release date,) and I didn't have to wait in line at all. I called in on Wednesday afternoon to put myself on the wait-list. A wonderful sales-woman named Ebonee called me on Friday afternoon to let me know to come in. I paid $135 for my iPhone 4 because I traded in my old blackberry and old first generation iPod Touch. If I had traded in an iPhone 3GS, I would have gotten $200 in store credit and could have walked away with the new iPhone 4 and only paid tax. AND, Radio Shack gave me a free $20 accessory gift card. Literally free. I got a free iPhone 4 case. No charge at all, no gimmicks. So I saved about $90 and 3.5 hours of my time by purchasing my iPhone 4 from Radio Shack. And don't believe what people say about Radio Shack associates being rude. All of the associates have been supremely helpful at all of the Radio Shack's I've been to, (but mostly the BU Central Radio Shack and the Harvard Square Radio Shack.) The trade in program is also amazing. Please trade in all of your electronics! You get money for them and you can be environmentally aware.

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3360 days ago

This people will take you for every penny they can get. Here is what a guy in a similar line of business had to say about Rich's Car Tunes:


Jack Friedman to me
show details May 3 (6 days ago)
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Thanks for the email. I’m not sure what “didn’t work out” means in your email and I think you may be getting a bit of a run around from the people working on your Jeep. To begin with, the Unichip installation takes less than ten minutes and if you paid them $250 to do the installation, you didn’t get much work for your money. Beyond a wrench to disconnect the battery, the installation doesn’t even require any tools. Perhaps you might read the installation instructions so you understand what was involved with the installation and then have the shop explain why they billed you what they did for the work that was required.
Second, while there is a program required to update the Unichip, it’s a free download from the internet and we can talk them through the process. For that matter, we can talk you through the process if you have a Windows based laptop. While I’m sure there’s another side to the story, it sounds like the shop you’re working with is taking you for a ride.

Cheers,
Jack

Jack Friedman | Unichip of North America, Inc.
503.640.7465 p | 503.214.6444 f
2615 SE 39th Loop | Suite B | Hillsboro, OR | 97123
www.unichip.us

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5007 days ago

the installation quality was well below what they advertise. i had to bring my car back 4 times to get the alarm fixed.

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